EXPERIENCE WILDLIFE EDUCATIONAL TRAVEL.
Learn valuable conservation lessons in the field. The Kwantu Volunteer Project is an exceptional hands-on learning experience.
EXPERIENCE WILDLIFE EDUCATIONAL TRAVEL
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The award winning private game reserve, Kwantu offers a feast for the imagination in the Eastern Cape’s premium Big 5 Game Reserve. This magical enchanting big 5 wildlife game reserve is located in the Malaria Free Eastern Cape, and is situated close to Port Elizabeth.
The Kwantu Volunteer Project is an exceptional hands-on learning experience in the African bush. Experience wildlife encounters, immerse yourself in local culture, and get closer to nature, while you gain experience that you will take with you for the rest of your life.
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Located in South Africa’s malaria-fee adventure province of the Eastern Cape, between Port Elizabeth and Grahamstown, the 6 000 hectare, big five, five-star nature reserve is positioned in one of the most biologically varied regions of the country.
Kwantu Private Game Reserve is located on the legendary Sidbury Plains, in the heart of Frontier Country, along the banks of the Bushman’s River – a mere hour’s drive from Nelson Mandela Bay.
From the comfort of our specially equipped open Land Rovers, you encounter the impressive BIG 5 roaming freely on the Sidbury plains.
Here the white rhino, monarchs of the African bush roam the plains as freely as they did hundred of years ago. Delight in the entertaining squabbles and games of the playful Vervet monkeys or Chacma baboons, the original comedians of the wild! Indulge your fascination as you stumble upon a family of warthog, digging for roots or speeding across the plains with their trademark “tails held high”. You’ll be awestruck by our zebra, giraffe, wildebeest, and many of the common and rare antelope who have roamed these plains for centuries. From the delicate solitary Blue duiker, who melts out of the brush at the edge of a clearing, to the towering kudu bull, who fixes his gaze on you as he browses nearby.
At night the porcupine, aardwolf, caracal, and other nocturnal explorers and predators patrol the silent, inky darkness.